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The altitude (in feet) attained by a model rocket t sec into flight is given by the function h(t). Find the maximum altitude attained by rocket. (round your answer to the nearest foot)

h(t) = -1/3t^3 +2t^2 + 12 t +24 (t>=0)

Step 1

The altitude (in feet) attained by a model rocket t sec into flight is given by the function

Step 2

Firstly, we find h'(t) and solve h'(t)=0 for t

Step 3

Now, we find ...

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